Hi! This area is for Bookdragons, Bookworms, and all book lovers.

I’m talking about the introverts like me who, after lights out, would crawl under the covers and read by flashlight.

I hope that you find inspiration, good book recommendations, awesome items for bookworms, bookshelf tours, quizzes and more. I’ve created a bookmark just for you at the bottom of this page!

Happy reading!


Start Here: How to Read Like a Book Dragon: a Reader’s Manifesto


Visit The 100 Books Project.

Bones and Stones: An Anthropologist remembers some of the darkest and lightest times of her life while dealing with PTSD.

Day of the Dead: A breakup story with a twist.

The Legacy: The makings of a superhero.

The Shovel: Mom vs. a serial killer.


Recommended Reading Part 1

How to Start a Writing Conversation: Advice from 3 Writers

The Ashes of Britannia | Haley Elizabeth Garwood

At the Mountains of Madness | H. P. Lovecraft

The Casual Vacancy | J. K. Rowling

The Champion of Barésh | Susan Grant

Clockwork Angel | Cassandra Clare

Cloud Atlas | David Mitchell

Dune | Frank Herbert

The Falling Woman | Pat Murphy

Fledgling | Octavia Butler

Heart of a Lion | Stephen Zimmer

Ice Trilogy | Vladimir Sorokin

If On a Winter’s Night a Traveler | Italo Calvino

Labrinths | Jorge Luis Borges

The Left Hand of Darkness | Ursula K. Le Guin

Not Your Mother’s Food Storage | Kathy Bray and Jan Barker

The Odyssey | Homer

The Overcoat and Other Tales of Good and Evil | Nicolai V. Gogol

The Picture of Dorian Gray | Oscar Wilde

Ready Player One | Ernest Cline

Slaughterhouse-Five | Kurt Vonnegut

Sleepwalker | Brandy L. Rivers

Star Hero | Susan Grant

The Stones of Kaldaar | Tameri Etherton

Thunder Horizon | Stephen Zimmer

Valis | Philip K. Dick

When Ash Remains | Dena Garson

Wide Sargasso Sea | Jean Rhys

The Wild Swans at Coole | Yeats

The Woman Warrior | Maxine Hong Kingston

The Year the Horses Came | Mary Mackey

“Young Goodman Brown” and “The Minister’s Black Veil” | Nathaniel Hawthorne


Larry Fowler — Do You Write for Readers?

Athena Grayson – Writing Business Mistakes, or Learn From My Fail

JC Hay — Piercing the Shadows of Cyberpunk

Therese Martin — A Relatively Painless Research Strategy

Stacey Oberle — Breaking the Rules

Alexandra Panic — Mamma Writes: On Writing and Teaching

Theresa Parker — A Blueprint to Becoming a Published Writer

Brandy L. Rivers — Interconnecting Stories

Veronica Scott — Three Things Times Three

Chris Weigand — Don’t Melt

Chris Weigand | Stacey Oberlee | Darlene Reilley — How to Start a Writing Conversation: Advice from 3 Writers

Tameri Etherton Interview